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Street War

A quick sketch of one woman’s effort to bring Iraq deaths home.

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Last Sunday morning, Nancy Hiss double-checked her ever-growing stack of names, grabbed a piece of bright yellow chalk from a bucket and quickly wrote “BLOCK” in clean strokes on the sidew ...   More
Wednesday, March 5, 2008 Shefali Kulkarni

Dine for Darfur tonight

It's not often we think about genocide during dinner, but tonight at nearly 82 restaurants throughout Oregon, it's going to be on everyone's mind—or at least on their bill. Today (and tonight), 25 percent of your dinner bill is going to    More
Tuesday, March 4, 2008 by Shefali Kulkarni

That Was Pretty: Nicolle Shops Portland Fashion Party Recap

The second annual Nicolle Shops Portland Party was enough fun and glam to make anyone forget it was a Wednesday night.

Sort of a semi-annual sale meets Fashion Week, here's WW's non-fashionista recap straight from the Wonder Ballroom.
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Thursday, February 28, 2008 by Shefali Kulkarni

Citywide Arts Collective brings Fairweather

Robert Tybie is bringing a little bit of Paris to Portland.

He's preparing to convert the sidewalk bordering Holladay Park near the Lloyd Center int...   More
Wednesday, February 20, 2008 by Shefali Kulkarni

OLCC rethinks Minor Postings Amendments

The Oregon Liquor Control Commission will revisit the issue on whether to allow minors in music and art venues where alcohol is served. The ‘Minor Postings' ruling will be add...   More
Thursday, February 14, 2008 by Shefali Kulkarni

Pins of Penance

Why are some Catholics wearing burlap this lent? The answer: sex abuse by priests.

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In a small room at Ascension Catholic Church in Southeast Portland last Saturday, a half-dozen people listened to Steve Fearing recount the childhood sexual abuse he suffered in middle school at the h ...   More
Wednesday, February 13, 2008 Shefali Kulkarni

Parents Television Council tries to kill Dexter

The Portland Parents Television Council is campaigning to cancel the hit show Dexter from airing on KOIN 6, a CBS affiliate s...   More
Monday, February 11, 2008 by Shefali Kulkarni

UPDATE: Local Activist Escapes Rebel Fighting in Chad

Today, Portland activist    More
Tuesday, February 5, 2008 by Shefali Kulkarni

Local Activist Writes from Darfur

Katie-Jay Scott is craving chocolate—badly. And not just any kind of chocolate. Dark, fair-trade chocolate—the kind that blends in exotic flavors like lavender, mint or orange. And only Portland's got 'em. She finished her last stash of ginger-da...   More
Monday, January 28, 2008 by Shefali Kulkarni

Tryon Life Community Farm: The Recode Portland Campaign

WW revisited this week's Rogue of the Week last night as Tryon Life Community Farm members hosted a public meeting on the proposal that caught our attention this week.

About 30 people attended the meeting a...   More
Friday, January 18, 2008 by Shefali Kulkarni
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